Biography

Greeetings,

Robert Nelson is a Radio Deejay and University Librarian in Salt Lake City, Utah

Radio:

  • Positive Vibrations – KUTE (University of Utah Student Union); Reggae. 1987-1988
  • 3 O’Clock Roadblock – KRCL 90.9FM (Salt Lake City Community Radio); Reggae, World and Ska show. 3AM-6AM Monday graveyard. July 1988-Aug. 1989
  • Global Gumbo – KRCL 90.9FM, Tuesday PM fill-in. World Music. May-Aug. 1989
  • Smile Jamaica – KRCL 90.9FM. Saturday 4-7 PM. Reggae and Dub. Oct. 1989-Present Day
  • Radioactive – KRCL 90.9FM. Monday 12-1 PM/6-7 PM. Sept. 2003-July 2012. Progressive Political Interview and Listener Call-in Show

Press: 

  • Mutant Dub CD reviewer for The Beat magazine. Glendale, California. 1995-2002(?)

Librarian:

  • Government Documents, Marriott Library; University of Utah. 1988-1997
  • Curriculum Library Manager/Education Librarian. Marriott Library. 1997-2009
  • Audio Studio Manager. Digital Scholarship Lab. Marriott Library. 2009-Present
  • Fine Arts + Architecture, Philosophy & Humanities College & Inter-disciplinary Team, Head. Religious Studies selector 2013-Present

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Smile Jamaica is hosted by Robert Nelson on 90.9 FM KRCL in Salt Lake City, Utah (Saturdays, 4-7 p.m. MT). Ark-ives available weekly here at the Smile Jamaica blog.

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